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Dining on the Wild Side

Dining on the Wild Side

After ten-thousand years of farming plants and animals we pay a premium for ‘wild’ foods. It is taste, nutrition or environmental concerns that drive this latest gastronomic trend to eat on the wild side.

Spring Edible Gardening Festival

Spring Edible Gardening Festival

Join the Edible Gardening Project as we get started in the vegetable patch for another year.

Guided Walk: Rhododendrons in the East

Guided Walk: Rhododendrons in the East

Join a garden guide and hear of Rhododendron introductions that grow in the less favourable climate of this east coast garden. Enjoy the colours and scents of this genus and let our guide explore and explain the lives of the collectors and their journeys

Talking Trees Storytelling

Talking Trees Storytelling

Let the RBGE’s volunteer storytellers grow your imaginations with tall tales from around the world.

Meet the Edible Gardening Team

Meet the Edible Gardening Team

Take a look around our productive garden with the Edible Gardening Project volunteers. Find out what jobs need doing in your own garden now and have your vegetable growing questions answered.

Garden Design for Gardeners

A course that focuses mainly on the selection of plants for various settings and growing conditions, and explains how to create that all important year-round interest for your garden.

Intermediate Botanical Illustration (Tuesday mornings)

This class helps students to consolidate and develop their skills before moving on to the more advanced RBGE illustration courses and master classes. Suitable for students who have completed the ten-week beginners class.

Beginning Botanical Illustration (Tuesday afternoons)

This class introduces students to techniques in botanical painting.

Continuing Botanical Illustration

Designed to help those moving on from the beginner’s courses, this course will introduce different media and more involved drawing and colour mixing with each ten-week block focusing on a different subject.

Learn to Relax

Learning to relax is a friendly invitation to come home to yourself. Being present to whatever experiences arise in the mind without necessarily engaging them brings greater flexibility and clarity to one’s life. Six sessions over 12 weeks

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